ABC News/Washington Post's polling, which earns an "A+" grade from Nate Silver, shows Hillary up by 12. For The Donald, it's even worse than that: "Sixty-four percent of Americans now see Trump as unqualified to serve as president, up 6 points from an already-high 58 percent last month." What's more (and what was predicted):
Results of this poll temper the notion that last week’s Brexit vote in the United Kingdom marks a broader dissatisfaction with the status quo that advantages Trump on this side of the Atlantic. On one hand, nativist sentiment, populism and economic anxiety clearly benefitted Trump in the race for the Republican nomination. On the other, his general election campaign requires broader support – and he’s had a dreadful few weeks.
Indeed, dreadful enough to limit his Republican support to 77 percent, while "Clinton’s support among Democrats [is] 90 percent."
And remember, another "A+" poll, from two weeks ago, found that "barely half of those who favored Sanders — 55 percent — plan to vote for Clinton." That will change, the percentage will swell. Mercies are still tender.